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, in springfield, ohio when president obama said this when talking about governor romney. listen. >> at the time the republican congress, senate candidate by the name of mitt romney -- no -- voting is the best revenge. >> reporter: voting is best revenge. his campaign was asked about that. they said what he was talking about is the best way to battle back against the illusion and delusion that mitt romney is putting out there but he did give romney a gift to put an ad. what is the president really talking about here? what does he want people to vote for? giving romney to contrast himself with the president. listen. >> yesterday the president said something you may have heard by now that i think surprised a lot of people, speaking to an audience, he said voting is the best revenge. he told his supporters, voting for revenge, vote for revenge? let me tell you what i would like to tell you. vote for love of country. >> we talk a lot about early voting here on the campaign trail and this election, it's particularly important in colorado where 50% of people have already cast their ballots. here is th
has fallen so far short. >> heather: that was president obama and governor romney speaking to crowds of supporters today. just three days before the election. they are all making their final push on the campaign trail as the clock ticks down. both candidates looking for the edge. some sort of edge that will help pull them ahead in a hotly contested race. editor for campaign and elections he joins us now. thank you for joining us. we mentioned this already. it comes down to the magic number of 270 electoral votes. what does each party have to do to reach that magic number at the finish line? >> i mean at this point, this is really about, both campaigns really getting their get out the vote operations into full swing in the last couple of days. this is what the campaigns have been planning for logistically figuring out where they need folks. we have heard a lot of spin from both campaigns where the ground organization the strongest. who has made the most voter contacts. who has made the most quality contacts. what both campaigns going to be battleground states to try to get some of the
. as you saw president obama and governor romney, they're sharpening their focus in these final days before the election. the candidates rift through packed schedules today, urging supporters in key battle ground states to get out and vote. with time running out, what more can they do to secure a win on tuesday? susan esdridge is a professor of law and political science at usc and fox news contributor. good to see you. >> good to see you, art. >> arthel: so they're giving the closing arguments. are these closing arguments really important, susan? too they resonate with that undecided voter? >> well, the funny part is by now what's really important is getting your vote out. in a funny way, all these rallies, actually or problem, if you were on the ground, as i've been many times trying to get that vote out, having to build a rally, it's sort of a distraction. so ultimately what the candidates need to do, they're doing this to chin up the base, generate excitement so their supporters will feel like yes, yes, we can do it. but basically at the very end what the candidates have to do, art issue
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